- Sofia, Bulgaria (19th - 22nd August)Sofia train station isn't the best introduction to the city. As well as being quite run down and low on amenities, you get people hassling you and trying to get money out of you by claiming they've helped you out. Posted by chantalpatton in Travel Patton | Sep 14, 2013
- Bulgaria[[http://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/gallery/users/Liamps/countries/Bulgaria/|Photos of Bulgaria]]
Prior to the commencement of this trip, many people in Melbourne scorned my obsessive formulation of an exceedingly regimented itinerary. However, I h Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo trip | Sep 1, 2013
- Bulgaria 23rd JulyWe made the most of Plodiv's dullness by sleeping in and doing a few necessities prior to our overnight bus to Istanbul. Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Aug 21, 2013
- Bulgaria 22nd JulyPlovdiv was our final destination in Bulgaria. It is the second biggest city of the country with approximately 400,000 residents. Founded by the thracians and housing some ancient Roman ruins it is also one of the oldest settlements in the Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Aug 21, 2013
- Bulgaria 21st JulyToday we took a relaxing 40 minute chairlift to the pirin mountains. We hiked for a few hours and took in the scenery.
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- Bulgaria 20th JulyBansko, a ski resort town was our home for the next two nights.
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- Bulgaria 19th JulyNext on the visit list was the Rila Monastery. Believed to be the heart of religious Bulgaria, it is closely tied to Saint Ivan of Rila. The church is adorned with the uniquely eastern European fire and brimstone paintings. The Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Aug 18, 2013
- Bulgaria 18th JulyAfter a comfortable 3 hour bus ride we arrived at Sofia, Bulgaria's capital. Making our way to the city centre we passed the romantically titled ladies market, which despite it's diminutive size sells every thing including kitchen sinks.
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- Bulgaria 17th JulyOur clothes were in need of urgent washing, so we visited the worlds greatest public laundry. Not only does the lady provide a large menu of detergents and softeners to choose from, but she allows you to smell the softeners Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Aug 16, 2013
- Bulgaria 16th JulyAfter spending the morning in Bucharest, we spent the rest of the day travelling to Veliko Tarnovo, the ex-capital of Bulgaria.
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- A month in Europe comes to an end So, I have not updated this blog as regularly as I should have. I didn't even write a post when I left! Anyway, I'm a month into my travels now. My route over the last month took me through Rennes, Posted by Jerseyman in Journey to the East | Jul 26, 2013
- Day 10 RuseDay 10 Ruse
Crossing into Bulgaria was a continuation of the vast fields. What they farm here I really don't know. I saw fields of sunflowers but the rest well I don't know. It was still hot and Posted by Vicky Bailey in Windy500 | Jun 26, 2013
- Balkins (Al)FrescoeWizz Air transported us from Verona to Bucharest, and the two hour journey was not only comfortable but got us to the Balkans safely. Romania was not nearly as dire as Judith might have imagined. Our 29 year old Posted by sandjharvey in Our Gap Year | Jun 25, 2013
- Southeast Europe Part 1 - SofiaPacked and ready to start my trip, I set off to meet my friends in Sofia. With a quick stop in Charles de Gaulle airport, I arrived in Sofia airport at the late afternoon and headed to the city center. Posted by danics in World Away | Jun 17, 2013
- Bullet trip through Southeast EuropeHaving to deal with all the limitations of my vacation allowance for the year, next week was just too good to let good: June 10th being a national holiday and the 13th a local one, my friends invited me on Posted by danics in World Away | Jun 3, 2013
- Homeward boundMy last day in Bulgaria. Phewf.
Don’t get me wrong, I have enjoyed my time here, there is no reason to complain about a place where you get to snowboard every second day, the giant bottles of beer cost about Posted by kayles in The Orsum Adventures | Mar 15, 2013
- 50 shades of Grey, with a tinge of BrownI am dirty. So dirty. And not in a good way. Take your mind out of the gutter boys.
I feel constantly unclean. Iain and I are cooking dinners and cooked breakfast for the customers every day, and anyone who has Posted by kayles in The Orsum Adventures | Feb 26, 2013
- Bulgaria: No government, no problem. So Iain and I are currently cooking breakfasts and dinners for 20 people in Samokov, Bulgaria.
Twenty British tourists that seem to be completely unaware that they are in Bulgaria, not a Hilton Hotel in London. If I wasn’t essentially Posted by kayles in The Orsum Adventures | Feb 22, 2013
- 50 countries and counting!So here I am in Sofia, Bulgaria. My 50th country! I started this journey to bridge my young adulthood to real adulthood. Before I took off for Jordan in February 2006, I thought I would just travel Posted by AshleyC in Where in the world is Ashley Churchill? | Aug 16, 2012
- And Bulgaria makes 50!I wake up somewhat early. I only have one day in Belgrade before my train leaves late tonight for Sofia, Bulgaria. I have breakfast at a nearby hotel and develop a route to a neighbourhood I'd like to Posted by AshleyC in Where in the world is Ashley Churchill? | Aug 14, 2012
- Rila Monastary BulgariaOn October 25 we took a bus from Sofia to Rila Monastary, the largest East Orthodox monastary in Bulgaria. We bounced along, through the mountains in the mist, stopping in villages where ladies in housecoats passed money through the Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Backpacking Europe on fifty dollars/day | Jan 19, 2013
- SOFIA and Plovdiv, BULGARIAOct 23, 24 Sofia
We took a slow dirty train from Bucharest to Sofia. It left at 1 pm and arrived at 1030 pm. No time change.
Once on the train we could not get off and there was no Posted by CherylGypsyRose in Backpacking Europe on fifty dollars/day | Jan 18, 2013
- Travel day to BulgariaWe planned on taking a bus or train down the coast into Bulgaria, however, there is no train that goes there, and the only bus doesn't leave until 4:00 pm, so rather than spend the day waiting we will still Posted by toddllama in Todd & Linda's European Adventure | Oct 12, 2012
- VarnaAfter a night stopover back in Istanbul, we caught an over-night bus to Bulgaria. We chose Varna as our destination there because our Lonely Planet book rated it and it was on the coast of the Black Sea which meant Posted by KPad in Possibly lost, probably having fun... | Sep 30, 2012
- Хавана ще ни посрещне със слънце :) Posted by juepich in Семейни пътешествия | Sep 4, 2012